Ameritas Stockbroker Terminated For Customer Compliant
Daniel K. Kittner of Mesa Arizona is a stockbroker formerly employed with Ameritas Investment Corp. who was terminated on November 1 2017 supported by accusations that he was subject of a customer initiated investment related complaint.
Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) Public Disclosure reveals that on December 28, 2005, a customer filed an investment related written complaint pertaining to Kittner’s conduct, where the customer requested $14,760.42 in damages founded on allegations that Kittner, while associated with Edward Jones: failed to inform the customer about the discounts on mutual fund investments; failed to discuss maturity dates pertaining to certificate of deposit investments; failed to inform the customer about up-front fees assessed on a variable annuity investment; and placed unsuitable stock transactions in the customer’s account.
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